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Boise State Beta Alpha Psi Received International Recognition as a Superior Chapter

The international honor organization Beta Alpha Psi announced that the Boise State Chapter – Zeta Psi – has received international recognition as a Superior Chapter. The announcement letter stated that “Zeta Psi Chapter has far exceeded the baseline requirements of Beta Alpha Psi and has excelled in the areas of academics, professionalism, and leadership.”

Much of the chapter’s success is attributed to the organization’s officers. The 2018-2019 officers were Amy Bennett, president; Cassie Knigge, VP of finance; James Martin, VP of membership; Patrick Musgrove, VP of service activities; Matt Twiss, VP of mentorship; Kendra Stillwaugh, VP of outreach activities; Corey Leikauf, VP of professional activities; and Caitlin Wambolt, VP of reporting and technology.

Current leadership is Ben Storer, president; Brian Ferguson, VP of finance; Ben Murray, VP of membership; Matt Twiss, VP of service activities; Tyra Elliot, VP of mentorship; Loretta Hicks, VP of outreach activities; Jenifer Mant, VP of professional activities; and Dani Lawson, VP of reporting and technology.

Kathy Hurley and Eric Gooden are the faculty advisors for Beta Alpha Psi.

For more information or to join see the Beta Alpha Psi website.

BAP student volunteering raking leaves
Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) members volunteer to rake leaves in the Boise community. BAP is big on service.